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Creating beautiful textiles while protecting 

the environment through sustainable practices.

  • Unique subtle colors indicative of natural linen and washed down cottons.

  • Wide color palette.

  • Shades consistent throughout product life.

  • Improved colorfastness.

  • Superior durability due to minimal wet and dry processing.

  • Colors are consistently reliable.

  • Water usage reduction of 95%
    when compared to traditional dyeing method

  • Effluent reduction of 95%.

  • Energy reduction of 50%.

  • Significant reduction in CO2 emissions and water pollution.

"Millennials are more concerned about whether or not something is fair/free trade, sustainable, organic, made in a sweatshop, than anyone
ever before."


Globally 1.1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water.


By 2025, it is estimated that two out of three people will live in a water stressed area.



without blue there is no green

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